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Romantic Provence Inspiration Shoot

My hubby and I have a long list of places we want to travel to, and Provence has always been close to the tippy top. Well, after devouring this ridiculously perfect shoot from Studio A+Q, Provence is officially moving to the number one spot. It’s a shoot overflowing with the prettiness of Provence and inspiration that will make your head spin - and you can get lost in all the lovely here

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From Studio A+QThere is a reason people come to Provence to celebrate love. Something magical and enchanted happens when two lovers promise themselves to each other under the dreamy light of a soft spring afternoon in Provence.

They will whisper je t’aime mon chéri as they sit gazing out over the sun-drenched landscape that has inspired painters and pioneers for, not years… but centuries. They will relish the sweet, honey-like smell of surrounding almond flowers, as its cradles them into a state of pure bliss. They will sip a divine glass of rosé chilled to perfection and made with the grapes of the vines that are just a few steps away. They will stop their clocks and drift into timelessness, that place where the soul must go to restore itself.

Provence is a haven of natural beauty, and lavender and olive trees are not its only asset. The almond trees of Provence are among the first to blossom in March, and their beautiful delicate white flowers blossom for a period of two to three weeks, just before the cherry trees begin to showcase their soft pink flowers.

Kelina & Romain fell in love all over again on this dreamy afternoon among the almond blossoms of Provence. A group of immensely talented local vendors came together to imagine how this day would look, and with the help of almond producer Monsieur Jaubert (“Jo-bear”) and L’Occitane, what was at first simply an incredibly beautiful vision of love and romance in Provence, turned into reality.

Photography: Studio A+Q | Floral Design: Atelier De Vik | Wedding Dress: Aurelia Hoang | Stationery: Crème De Papier | Cart And Table/chairs: Options | Coordination, Design, Styling: Un Grand OUI | Floating Choux: Monsieur Chou | Guest Favors/ Organizational Support: L'Occitane | Hair & Make-up: Emilie Green | Jewelry/Headpieces: Paulette à Bicyclette | Macarons: Les Macarons De Caroline | Venue: Provence

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Elegant Provence Wedding full of Romance

The true essence of Provence can be found in this collection of images captured by Aneta Mak. Beautiful scenery is a given but added to that is an open air celebration with an ease and elegance that can only be found in France. Planned by Autour D’Une Histoire, with flowers draped at every turn by Sabine Flowers, see this dream wedding weekend in its entirety right here.

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From The Bride…When planning our wedding, it was important that the event was a reflection of us. We wanted it to be elegant and intimate, with an element of romance and rustic charm. With guests travelling from all corners of the earth, it was important for us to create a weekend that would make everyone feel at home.

The vision for the wedding came together when we fell in love with the venue, Le Manoir at Domain des Oliviers de l’Esterel. Having dated for over 8 years, we spent many summers visiting the groom’s grandparents in the South of France, where we immediately fell in love with the Provençal countryside. Travel and food are a big part of our lives, and we were sold on the venue when we saw the olive groves and lavender rows which evoked memories of countless road trips we and had shared together in the local hills.

We tried to tie these memories together through the décor and food at the wedding. The chuppah and floral arrangements were meant to feel as though they had always been there, with flowers grown wild in the nearby fields. Lenôtre worked with us to translate our memories into a menu that felt reflective of our relationship. They created an olive bar featuring flavors of Provence, prepared a version of the groom’s grandmother Charolotte’s famous apricot meringue pie for dessert, sourced locally line-caught sea-bass for the entrée, and a presented a selection of our favorite cheese from Herve Mons (a local affineur we discovered while dining at Maison Troisgros). Even our wedding cake was based off of Pierre Hermé’s Ispahan macaron, reflecting a small piece of the bride’s Persian heritage.

More than anything, what made the evening so special was having all of our friends and family there to celebrate with us. Nearly every guest, from the very young to the very old, was out on the dance floor, partying late into the early morning hours. It was incredibly memorable to see all of our friends and family gathered together in a celebration of our love.

Photography: Aneta Mak | Wedding Planner: Autour D'Une Histoire | Flowers: Sabine Flowers | Invitations: Crane & Co. | Bride Dress Designer: Ines Di Santo | Bride Headpiece: Jenny Packham | Bride Jewellery: Gumuchian | Bride Shoes: Valentino | Catering & Wedding Cake: Lenotre | Dress Boutique: Bridal Reflections | Groom Bow Tie: Tom Ford | Groom Cufflinks: Hermes | Groom Shoes: Salvatore Ferragamo | Groom Tuxedo & Shirt: Lanvin | Live Music: The Gypsy Kings | Music: Alex Shahabi, Style Events | Wedding Venue: Domaine Des Oliviers De L'Esterel

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Provence Lavender Field Engagement

Some might say it’s a bit far to trek from Singapore to Provence for a engagement shoot with M&J Photography, but that’s probably before they’ve laid their eyes this gallery. It’s what happens when you take to the lavender fields of France in late June, and the photos have convinced me to book a trip myself. Congrats, lovlies!

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From M&J Photography LTDSingaporean couple John & Li Ping will get married this summer in their home city, but first they dreamed of having a pre-wedding engagement photo session in the lavender fields of Southern France. Late June in Provence was the perfect time!

The famous hill top town of Gordes was a stunning backdrop for some of the first shots of the day. Further photos were taken amongst the beautiful natural surroundings of the local area and the pretty pastel coloured towns that are like hidden gems in the Luberon Valley. As the sun went down, we had the most magical light just in time to finish off a perfect evening amongst the impossibly purple rows of lavender.

Photography: M&J Photography LTD | Bride's Shoes: Charles Keith | Groom's Attire: Frankie Chan | Make-up Artists: Ylva Langenskiold | Pink Lace Dress: Love Bonito | Venue: Gordes | White Gown: Taobao, China

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